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Emotion recognition in text is a fundamental aspect of natural language understanding, with significant applications in various domains such as mental health monitoring, customer feedback analysis, content recommendation systems, and chatbots. In this paper, we present a hybrid model for predicting the presence of six emotions: anger, disgust, fear, sadness, happiness, and surprise in Persian text. We also predict the primary emotion in the given text, including these six emotions along with the “other” category. Our approach involves the utilization of XLM-RoBERTa, a pre-trained transformer-based language model, and fine-tuning it on two diverse datasets: EmoPars and ArmanEmo. Central to our approach is the incorporation of a single Bidirectional Gated Recurrent Unit (BiGRU), placed before the final fully connected layer. This strategic integration empowers our model to capture contextual dependencies more effectively, resulting in an improved F-score after adding this BiGRU layer. This enhanced model achieved a 2% improvement in the F-score metric on the ArmanEmo test set and a 7% improvement in the F-score metric for predicting the presence of six emotions on the final test set of the ParsiAzma Emotion Recognition challenge.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Information Technology

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